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Since 14 days.. The empty bowel battle continues in al-Khalifa prisons

More than 600 prisoners of conscience in al-Khalifa prisons are continuing to go on hunger strike despite their deteriorating health conditions and denial of treatment.

More than 600 prisoners of conscience in al-Khalifa prisons are continuing to go on hunger strike despite their deteriorating health conditions and denial of treatment.

Some of the striking detainees reported by telephone that they will continue their strike until Wednesday, August 28, 2019 . Additional prisoners had joined them, but they did not register the hunger strike entry form for days, according to human rights sources.

The sources pointed out that the low levels of sugar is the main symptom of the deterioration of the health of detainees, and the prison administration still requires the strike to be lifted to enable them to be treated.

Furthermore, the prisoners, Laith Khalil Ibrahim and Ali Hassan al-Jufairi, sentenced to 25 years in prison for political charges, were physically assaulted by mercenaries for demanding medical care. Sayed Ali Sayed Hadi Alabbar,  sentenced to 26 years,  was banned from his visit for joining the hunger strike, and his brother, Sayed Muhammad Sayed Hadi Alabbar ,sentences to 28 years, was also banned yesterday from the visit for the same reason and he was beaten and cursed.



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